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On October 6, 2017, the Office of Justice Programs awarded nearly $83 million in Fiscal Year 2017 grants to help state, local, and tribal jurisdictions protect children and respond to juvenile victimization. The OJJDP-awarded grants will support more than 170 sites, jurisdictions, and task forces nationwide. The funds will help communities find missing children, combat Internet crimes against children, provide tailored treatment and rehabilitative services, and increase public safety.
- Access OJJDP resources for families of missing or exploited children on OJJDP.gov and the Missing and Exploited Children's Program websites.
- Learn about the OJJDP-funded Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force program.
- Visit OJJDP's webpage on Trauma's Impact on Children Exposed to Violence.